Understated Elegance: Guilloche Ciselé
Guilloche Ciselé, the new line of writing implements from the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, is presented in dark anthracite with a herringbone pattern.
The deep, matte surfaces combined with the shimmering engraving create a unique and very appealing look. The high polish rhodium-plated cap, end piece and grip contrast beautifully with the engraved barrel ̶ a refined combination which gives the Guilloche series its elegance and understated appeal.
The series comprises a perfect quartet, with a propelling pencil, ballpoint pen, rollerball pen and fountain pen with the cartridge-converter system and rhodium-plated 18-carat gold nib, which will delight pen connoisseurs, available in six widths: EF, F, M, OM, B, OB.
The Faber-Castell Guilloche Ciselé is currently available for $395.
|I love the design of this pen, especially the shape of the cap and the long, sleek section with a minimal step up to the barrel. Past experiences with FC nibs have always been fantastic and I can’t imagine this pen being an exception. My only hesitation is due to the price.||A sleek and stylish pen. Its design reminds me a little of a Yard-O-Led model, but it looks good – although I do think it’s a little cold and modern.|